Does it feel cathartic to make movies like Rabid, The Brood and The Fly? Does it work out your fears?
Making any art – even movies about death – is cathartic. It’s a positive act, an act of creation.
Woody Allen makes a film every year. When he’s asked why he makes a film every year, he says, “Fear of death.”
I can understand that: if I wasn’t making movies, I’d be obsessing about death. If you’re making a film about death, you’re thinking about it in movie terms rather than living terms.
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Sep 8th 2011, 23:13
Great feature! Some real legends in there and George Lucas who apparently sh*ts on the holy ghost at any given oppotunity.
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Sep 9th 2011, 18:29
Love Fincher, but disagree that Fight Club as his best film. Se7en is to psychological horror what Halloween is to slasher films; the original that spawned 1000 copycats, none of which ever came close to being as good.
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